Campo Azul Tequila Anejo 2008
The Red Knot Shiraz is an excellent powerful and fruity wine. The price value of this Shiraz simply cannot be beat. It has a nicely wet texture and leaves a very pleasant taste on the tongue. Highly recommend.Add winemaker's notes
The Red Knot Shiraz is an excellent powerful and fruity wine. The price value of this Shiraz simply cannot be beat. It has a nicely wet texture and leaves a very pleasant taste on the tongue. Highly recommend.
For the price- great everyday wine.
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Red Knot reflects the typical big-bodied shiraz from South Australia with dark fruits and peppery black cherry on the nose and palate.
Supple, velvety style glows with lovely blueberry and currant flavors, wrapped in a light veil of ultrafine tannins, finishing with spice and coffee notes. Drink now through 2010.
This Cabernet Sauvignon from South Australia shows ripe cassis fruit and a velvet texture. Bright acidity and lively tannins round out the finish.
Lean and lithe, with modest currant, spice and herb flavors that linger. Drink now.
Velvety and appealing for its fresh boysenberry and plum fruit, remaining deft and refreshing through the fine-textured finish. Drink now through 2013.
Smooth and polished, with red pepper and currant flavors in equal parts, lingering on the fine-textured finish. Drink now through 2012.
Therersquo;s a nice grab of dry tannins in the midpalate, with mixed plum and earth flavors. The nose holds pencil eraser and some outdoorsy aromas: tree bark, earth, maybe a little leaf. A well-done wine, particularly at this price. Made by Shinglebackrsquo;s winemaker, John Davey.
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